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Megan Racing 2-Piece Low Profile Drive-On Ramps (Set of 2)

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Megan Racing 2-Piece Low Profile Drive-On Ramps (Set of 2)

Brand: Megan Racing

Part number: mr-ramp-01

  • Retail Price:
  • $ 14900
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  • $ 6499
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Megan Racing Low Profile Drive-On Ramps

Part Number: MR-RAMP-01

Comprised of high strength plastic with a total carrying load of 5-tons (2.5 ton each). Megan Racing Low Profile Ramps will allow you to raise your vehicle 65mm in order to allow clearance for jacks and/or lifts under your lowered and possibly kitted vehicle. Convenience is further increased by allowing the rear of the ramps to be separated in order to provide adequate clearance to the vehicle's jacking points. And like always, All Megan Racing products are protected with a 1-year warranty against manufacturer defects.

DISCLAIMER: Megan Racing Inc. and Coilover Depot are not responsible for any injuries and/or vehicular damage incurred from the misuse and abuse of these products. In layman's terms... Please exercise great care and basic common sense.

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Specifications and Features:
- Material: Plastic Composite
- Dimension: 707mm x200mm x 90mm
- Raise Amount: 65mm
- Kit Quantity: 2 2-Piece Ramps
- Load Capacity: 5000 lbs Each (Kit Quantity 2)
- Color: Black
- 1-Year Warranty Against Manufacturer Defects

Customer Reviews

Based on 14 reviews
Cesar J. (Houston, US)
Best Ramps on the Market!!!

Perfect for my C6, always have trouble using 2 jacks to lift it, now drive onto the ramps and have the space i need to jack it up YouTube video placeholder
John T. (Mishawaka, US)
Great for lowered cars

A must for lowered cars. My 13 Focus ST3 is low, not the lowest but low enough for the need of these

Sean C. (Orlando, US)
Car ramps

Nice low profile ramps for the money!

Ferdinand D. (Elk Grove, US)

Megan Racing 2-Piece Low Profile Drive-On Ramps (Set of 2)

Brent S. (Brooklyn, US)
Megan racing ramps

The ramps were too small